If you’ve clicked this page it means you are interested in learning a little more about my story. I love story time. So pull up a carpet square and make yourselves comfy cozy. (Don’t even think about touching my fuzzy blanket!)
Once upon a time there was a beautiful princess named Marybeth (Dude, it’s my story…I totally get to be a princess!) Marybeth was quickly watching 30 pass her by. She spent her days cleaning and cooking…
WAIT, no, that was Cinderella…why am I doing Cinderella’s work!?!?…I need to talk to the king about this….
Ahem *clears throat* Back to the story.
Princess Marybeth preferred to spend her days writing Young Adult Fiction and creating websites, though she ended up spending most of her time taking care of her three exhausting wonderful children, Chubbas, Bean and PDog. (This is why Princess Marybeth likes to drink a little wine now and again.)
The lovely princes diagnosed with Bipolar II, Anxiety, ADHD and Depression in 2007 after a lifetime battle of depression and misdiagnoses. Her son, PDog, was diagnosed with bipolar disorder, Anxiety, Depression, ADHD and ODD at the young age of 7. Both have been lucky enough to receive the most stellar treatment imaginable. Princess Marybeth is determined to make theirs a bipolar story of success. So far so good
Princess Marybeth is the founder of Ask a Bipolar. After the diagnosis of PDog, she knew she needed to do something to help erase the stigma associated with bipolar disorder. She recently published her first novel called, “Fall Girl” about a teenage girl dealing with a bipolar mom and brother. You can read more about it on her website!
In her spare time, she designs websites and writes articles for bpHope, WebMD and The International Bipolar Foundation as well as volunteering for NAMI Michigan.
For more information about the lovely and talented Princess Marybeth you can visit her website or blogs.
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You can contact Marybeth via email at marybeth @ askabipolar . com (removes spaces after pasting)